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    Valley of Fire State Park is a must-see if you’re visiting Las Vegas and have transportation away from the Strip! In my opinion, it is the best attraction in the immediate area.It takes about an hour to drive there from the Strip. There is a $10/vehicle entrance fee to the park, but it is well worth it! Prepare to spend at least 3-4 hours exploring the park. If you’re a photographer, arrive at a time when you can scope out a good place to photograph sunset. In summer, wear cool clothing and comfortable hiking shoes. Some of the best spots cannot be seen from the car. Take plenty of water! This is critical in summer! It gets hotter in the park than in Las Vegas by as much as 10-15 degrees. Some hiking can be strenuous, but there is plenty to see on easy trails as well.

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    I absolutely loved this off the beaten path state park. It makes the top of my list of places I would love to see again in the future. The beauty of the colors in the rock formations are amazing. There was also lots of wildlife and petroglyph sites.

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    As an avid photographer and lover of nature this is a wonderful spot. It is beautiful and very well laid out. If you do not want to hike there are great spots just long the road or several short hikes from the roads.

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    The perfect escape from Las Vegas. So underrated, this place is phenomenal !

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    Needs a little more info on how to access trailheads in the visitor center. Is not clear that most of them require driving to. The grounds are spectacular. Several short, easy to moderate hikes, give highlights of the geography. Bring water.